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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    very nice! i check the integrity of every .iso ive dl'ed

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    Same exact problem here. ISO was d/l as torrent from this site. Since there seems to be no direct answers---I guess I can not use this ISO.

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    Quote Originally Posted by qtipwax View Post
    Same exact problem here. ISO was d/l as torrent from this site. Since there seems to be no direct answers---I guess I can not use this ISO.
    So you want us to guess your question and or problem here or what?
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
    ForumRules
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    If you are new to Back|Track
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    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    d/l the bt4-r1.iso - twice, but get a different md5 than what it's supposed to be both times.

    This was Nov 13 and 14 - both times getting the following md5:
    2C764A23002140B02F7DCD8BB6A00ECB

    I can see once, but twice? - How often should one expect to get a bad download directly from the site (not torrent)? Is it common to have to try 3 or 4 times ?

    - or - is the listed md5 maybe wrong and no one updated it?

    thanks

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    thx this is verry usefull

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    Btw, another quick and easy tool for doing md5 comparisons in Windows is md5summer.

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    i cant understand. the dvd works fine but when i install to hard drive
    at 50% it says the iso is corrupted

    i burned the iso with ashampoo burning studio at the lowest speed x4

    if i have to redownload again, with which iso burning should i do it

    im referring to backtrack 4 r2

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    The fact that I am having trouble downloading the latest distro Backtrack
    Has been downloaded 9 times and every time it's different hash
    I tried to carry her torrent
    The same process is having a problem in the difference of hash


    BackTrack 4 R2 Release ISO

    Last Update: 22.11.2010
    Name:: bt4-r2.iso Size: 2000 MB
    MD5: 9a94caa0e980a7331e9abc1d4c42c9a9

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    hey i just did the same md5 for bracktrack 4 r2.iso

    Name:: bt4-r2.iso Size: 2000 MB
    MD5: 9a94caa0e980a7331e9abc1d4c42c9a9
    its right ?

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    Default Re: How to find out if your iso is or isn't corrupt by md5 checking

    Quote Originally Posted by donsmak View Post
    hey i just did the same md5 for bracktrack 4 r2.iso

    Name:: bt4-r2.iso Size: 2000 MB
    MD5: 9a94caa0e980a7331e9abc1d4c42c9a9
    its right ?
    up. nine times downloading but always different md5 of bt4-r2.iso

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